Posted by ESPN.com's Chris Low
A little SEC linkage for you as we kick off the week and count down the hours to the start of another SEC media days on Wednesday:
A night on the Bayou nets two big commitments for LSU, which is now up to 18 verbal commitments for the 2010 class.
The man behind all of Ole Miss' offensive success is not necessarily Jevan Snead or Dexter McCluster, but offensive coordinator Kent Austin, writes David Brandt of The Jackson Clarion-Ledger.
Tennessee will find out Wednesday if highly rated Jesse Scroggins of Lakewood, Calif., is its quarterback of the future or if the Vols have to keep looking.
Columnist Wally Hall of The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette writes that there's a singular purpose about Bobby Petrino's second Arkansas team.
Auburn is now up to 11 commitments, the latest from speedy in-state prospect D.J. Howard.